India have made a thumping start to their ICC World Cup 2019 winning five of the six games so far while one ended in a washout. They will look to keep the winning run going when they take on top-ranked England team when they meet each other at Edgbaston in Birmingham on June 30 (Sunday).
India look to continue the winning streak
Meanwhile, the Men in Blues, for the first time will don an orange jersey – their away kit against the host. Virat Kohli & Co. have looked a bit shaky in their batting in the last two games and will seem to settle the nerves before the semifinals. On the other hand, their bowling has looked like one of the best in the tournament. The likes of Mohammed Shami has stood up when an opportunity came his and is likely to retain his place in the playing XI.
The management are likely to ring only one change from their last outing against West Indies.
Here is the predicted playing XI of India for match 38 of the ICC World Cup 2019 against England at Edgbaston in Birmingham:
Rohit Sharma has been in supreme form since the start of the World Cup. He has scored two centuries and half-century in the first three games and will look continue the excellent form in the upcoming matches.